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Charles M Saulson vs Harold Meyer Phillips
Chicago (1907), Chicago, IL USA
Nimzowitsch Defense: Kennedy. Linksspringer Variation (B00)  ·  1-0



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Oct-11-04  Seraph88: Great mate!
I really love the queen sac that makes this possible.
Oct-12-04  iron maiden: A pretty little opening trap. 7. h3 has to get my vote for "most innocent-looking move that suddenly paved the way for total destruction."
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  Phony Benoni: Black's identity should be verified. It seems more likely to have been Charles W Phillips, active in Chicago around that time, than the New Yorker Harold Meyer Phillips.
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  MissScarlett: Saulson was connected with the Manhattan CC, too, of which <HM Phillips> was a member.

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